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Tuesday, 28 January 2020

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Magister Lvcentinvs

Monday, 27 January, 9:00 AM » Wednesday, 5 February, 5:00 PM

Title:

Magister Lvcentinvs

Level:

Advanced

Language:

English

Location:

Alicante, Spain

Room:

AA1 - Brussels, Conference room

Audience:

Universities students

Description:

The EUIPO will host the European Union Trade Mark Intensive Module and the Community Design Intensive Module in collaboration with the Master in Intellectual Property LLM (IP), known as ‘Magister Lvcentinvs’ (ML) of the University of Alicante. Experts from the EUIPO, experienced professionals and academics will give advanced presentations on substantive and procedural issues relating to EUTM and RCD protection.

Likelihood of confusion: The 3-step test and recent trends in the case law of EU Courts

Tuesday, 28 January, 10:00 AM » 11:00 AM

Title:

Likelihood of confusion: The 3-step test and recent trends in the case law of EU Courts

Level:

Advanced

Language:

English

Speakers:

  • Jeroen MUYLDERMANS - Altius, Brussels
  • Paul MAEYAERT - Altius, Brussels

Room:

AA3 - Wubbo de Boer Inte®active Centre

Description:

Dive into likelihood of confusion! Highlighting key aspects of the confusion test, this webinar will focus on the 3-step test developed by the case-law of EU courts and identify some of the trends in recent case-law. It will recap the general principles and provide some tips and tricks for practitioners.

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Changes in 12th edition of Locarno Classification and one class requirement for multiple applications

Tuesday, 28 January, 11:30 AM » 12:00 PM

Title:

Changes in 12th edition of Locarno Classification and one class requirement for multiple applications

Level:

Advanced

Language:

English

Speakers:

Dimitrios ANDRIANOPOULOS - Operations Department

Room:

AA3 - Wubbo de Boer Inte®active Centre

Description:

In the first part of this webinar, changes in the structure of the Locarno classification with the addition of 19 new subclasses will be introduced. In the second part, the rule of "unity of class" for the designs in a multiple design application will be explained. Several designs can be combined in a multiple application and such filings are more economical compared to filing the same number of designs individually in separate applications. The possibility of filing in a multiple is subject to the condition that all the designs are classified in the same Locarno class. As an exception to this rule designs for ornamentation, logos, graphic symbols and surface patterns can be combined in the same application with designs of another class.

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